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    Highlights [ ]Newsletter for the Performing & Visual Arts in Central Texas Get November 2 on your calendar. Join us and cheer on the Troubadour contestants! Remember the audience chooses the People’s Choice award. You definitely will want to be a part of this! After the contest our celebrity judge Miss Jean- nie Seely, known as “Miss

    Jeannie Seely Headlines

    Texas Troubadour

    Country Soul,” will perform for us. Some of her past hits include “Don’t Touch Me” and “Can I Sleep in Your Arms.” Miss Seely is a long-time Grand Ole Opry performer and has made frequent appearences on Country Family Reunion on RFD-TV. She currently hosts her own show on Sirius XM. Tickets go on sale in September. The sale for sponsor seats will run Tuesday, September 3, until Wednesday, September 11. The BAC member pre-sale begins Monday, September 16, and ticket sales open online and to the public on Monday, September 23. -LP

    Texas Troubadour Songwriter Classic

    Bosque Ar ts Center

    Judging & Performing

    Jeannie Seely

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    Tickets on Sale in September

    Bosque Art Classic 34th Annual

    Art Show & Sale

    The 34th Annual Bosque Art Classic will open with a special preview awards ceremony and dinner on September 14, 2019. The exhibit and sale, known for its variety of outstanding artwork, this year boasts over 230 original pieces from 136 artists. Past Jones Award winners Matt Atkinson, Her- man Walker, and Kathy Tate are joined by other popular show veterans Susan Temple Neumann, Jean Olliver, and Pokey Park. In just his sopho- more year in the show, Brian Bateman will have four pieces on exhibit. Newcomers in the show

    34th Annual

    this year include Cheryl Harley-Volz and renowned wildlife artist Ezra Tucker, who had pieces in last spring’s Online Fine Art Auction. Area artists in the show include Lloyd Voges, Samuel Shelton, and Ann Patton. Reg Narmour, June Dudley, and Vickie Guthrie are some of the other BAC members accepted in the show. All pieces in the show may be viewed in the online gallery at BosqueArtsCenter.org. The Classic is also expanding its web presence this year by opening the sale up to online purchases after opening weekend. Collectors will now have the option to attend and purchase opening night (with a 10% discount) or to purchase pieces online beginning Monday, September 16. More details will be available on the BAC website. Tickets to opening night are $50 and must be purchased in advance, available online, by phone (254-675-3724), or at the BAC. The show will remain on display free to the public September 15-28: Sun. (9/15) 11a-2p; M-F, 10a-5p; Sat. (9/21& 28) 10a-4p. Oreland C. Joe Sr. served as judge this year. The first Native American to be in- vited into the Cowboy Art- ists of America, Joe is rec- ognized as a master of stone and bronze.

    Please join us for a reception celebrating the grand opening of our new gallery on October 3! The Atrium Gallery, located on the atrium level of the Bosque Arts Center, will showcase our many local artists with a new artist featured monthly. We are pleased and honored that local watercolor artist and long-time BAC member Mrs. Betty

    Graham to Christen the Atrium Gallery

    Graham will grace the gallery with her lovely work for our grand opening. We hope that you can drop by to have a look at the new gallery, visit with friends, and enjoy refreshments. -DP/JB

    October 3, 2019 | 5:30 - 7:00PM[All My Ex’s by Cheryl Harley-Volz]

    [Bear Hunter by Brian Bateman]

    bosque Arts Center

    Office Staff Managing Director

    Jane Scott Program Director

    Deb Phinney Design/Layout, Highlights

    Debra Evans Facilities Manager

    Steve Schmidt Receptionists

    Martha Erickson Ruth Jameson

    Event Supervisor Elizabeth Seely

    Bosque Arts Center 254-675-3724

    Fax: 254-675-2922 office@bosqueartscenter.org www.bosqueartscenter.org

    facebook.com/BosqueArtsCenter twitter: @BosqueArtsCtr

    bosque Arts Center board of Directors

    OffiCerS President

    Betty Murdoch President-Elect Karen Hughes

    Treasurer Dick Frazier Secretary Anne West

    DireCtOrS Joanne Blossom Marsha Brown Leanne Donner Sally Douglas Kathy Harr

    Rowland Jackson Terry McDonald Neal McDowell Linda Pfeiffer

    Heather Willmann

    Bosque Art Classic On Display September 15-28

    Sunday September 15 11 AM - 2 PM

    Monday - Friday September 16-20 & 23-27

    10 AM - 5 PM Saturday

    September 21 & 28 10 AM - 4 PM

    Overnight accommodations for BAC events can be made at various hotels and B&B’s in Clifton. Check our website for further information.

    [Pomegranates and Daisies by Kathy Tate]

    [Sunny Cat by Tatsiana Harbacheuskaya]

    [The Old White Fence by Barron Postmus]

    [Vantage Point by Jeff Rechin]

    PO Box 373 215 S. College Hill Clifton, TX 76634

    254 675 3724 Bosque Arts Center Hours of Operation

    Weekdays: 9-5 | Saturday: 10-5

    Part of the Clifton Cultural Arts District as designated by the

  • The Ken Jones interactive mur- der mystery production, Dead to the Last Drop, has been cast and rehearsals are underway at the Tin Building Theatre. Director Don Boysen has as- sembled a talented collection of seasoned veterans as well as high school students and new talent. Cast for the play include TBT stage veterans Bob Fuller as Dr. Bill Kildare, Lorana Rush as Ariel Ford,

    and Kris Chandler as Robert Ludzeski, along with Kaitlyn Eary as Miranda De Vere, Mallory Knox as Clarise, and newcomer Kenny Bosher as Tully. The show will open and close with dinner performances on Oc- tober 5 and 12. A Sunday matinee is scheduled for Oct. 6, and an- other regular performance on Oct. 11. Follow the TBT Facebook page for the most current ticket information and show updates, visit us online at bosqueartscenter.org, or give us a call at 254-675- 2278. -BD

    Donations SEPTEMBER at the BAC Sept. 3 Art Club 10a Sept. 3 Quilt Guild 6:30p

    Sept. 10

    Bosque Chorale Practice Resumes 7p

    Sept. 13

    Art Patrons/Artist Private Reception 6p

    Sept. 14

    Bosque Art Classic Opening Ceremony 7p

    Sept. 15 Art Classic Open to Public 11a Sept. 16 Sew Bee Its 10a Sept. 16 Garden Club 5p Sept. 18 Culinary Club 11a Sept. 25 Book Club 10a

    Sept. 28 Bosque Art Classic Closes

    Artwork Pickup 4p

    Sept. 29 Artwork Pickup 2p

    Early OCTOBER Events Oct. 1 Art Club 10a Oct. 1 Quilt Guild 6:30p

    Oct. 3 Atrium Gallery Reception: Graham 5:30p

    Oct. 5 TBT Fall Play Dinner Theatre 6:30p Oct. 6 TBT Fall Play Matinee 2p

    [Newsletter Contributors: JJ Frambes, Susan Stephens, Deb Phinney, Bryan Davis, Lillian Lemke-Jacoway, Reuben Jacoway, Kathy Harr, Donna Jarman, Karen Hughes, Linda Pfeiffer, Punky Penberthy, Sally Douglas, Judi Boston, Deb Tolman]

    ~General BAC~

    Tablescapes

    BCMA Director/Orchestra Fund Robert & Ollie Evinger

    Jerry & Marsha Hill Aubrey & Virginia Richards

    Alvin & Annie Zuehlke Craig Pollard & Yvette Thompson

    Come rock around the Christmas tree with the Bosque Chorale as rehearsals resume Tuesday, September 10, at 7 p.m. for our upcoming concert, Jingle All the Way! The December 12 concert features upbeat Christmas standards like “Run, Rudolph, Run,” “Blue Christmas,” and a medley from the holiday film classic, White Christmas. The cost for the semester is $40 including mu- sic. Rehearsals run from 7-9 p.m. on Tuesdays in Frazier Perfor- mance Hall. New singers are always welcome! -SW

    TRASHED!!! Let’s talk trash and recycling for Bosque County. The Heart of Texas Council of Governments (Solid Waste Dept.) is giving out more money in the form of grants just like the one that was written for the glass crusher/tumbler in Meridian. So let’s put our heads together and figure out another use for the money in the way of recycling. Bring your complaints/comments/criticisms/suggestions on Sept. 16 at 5:00 p.m. to the Bosque Arts Center and let’s brainstorm. -DT

    Area Artists in the Bosque Art Classic

    (1) Texas Cactus Floral #23 by Lloyd Voges; (2) Jim, in his best old hat by Ann Patton; (3) The Anecdotalist by Samuel Shelton

    [Dry Creek, Where Next by Edgar Sotelo - Art Classic piece]

    Steve & Kathy Harr

    Weekly Events at the Arts Center Mon. Yoga Flow@12:10p; Karate@4:40p

    Tues. Buti Yoga@12:10p; Chorale@7p

    Wed. Yoga Flow@12:10p

    Thurs. Buti Yoga@12:10p; Karate @ 4:40p Fri. Yoga Flow@12:10p

    In Memory of R.W. Baker by Judith Baker Art Council

    Dick & Jean Olliver George & Vickie Guthrie

    Troubadour Awards Screen Door Inn

    In Memoriam We extend our condolences to the family of Julian Wilson with his passing in late July. Julian and his wife, Wanda, have been long- time BAC members, supporters of the Art Patrons, Art Club, and TBT. A Mason, Shriner, and

    Rotarian, Julian was known for his civic-mindedness and continuous efforts to better his community in all the places he lived.

    Bosque Book Club September Selection The Only Woman in the Room

    by Marie Benedict The BBC will meet Wednesday, Sep- tember 25, at 10 a.m. -JJF

    Cheryle Chapman gave a wonderful watercolor work- shop to Art club members. Thank you, talented Cher- yle! In September, Betty Graham will

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